The 2021 Holiday Season has been wonderfully busy and successful; thank you to all of my collectors who supported me by purchasing paintings. I am very grateful. For the next 2 months I will be preparing for a residency that I will be attending at Arteles Creative Centre in Finland March 2022.

Artspacific Exhibition

Langley Arts Council

My Piece “One Hundred” has been accepted by Langley Arts Council for their Artspacific Group Exhibition showing from October 8 to November 24, 2021.

On The Edge

Federation of Canadian Artists

My piece “The Tinfoil Smoker” has been accepted by the Federation of Canadian Artists for their Annual International Juried Exhibition and Competition, On The Edge displaying online from July 12 to August 1, 2021.

Creating For Change

Langley Arts Council

My piece “The Tinfoil Smoker” has been accepted by the Langley Arts Council for their exhibition, Creating For Change displaying online from June 18 – August 18, 2021.

Looking Back, Moving Forward

Langley Arts Council

My piece “Morning Sunshine” has been accepted by the Langley Arts Council for their exhibition, Looking Back, Moving Forward displaying online from April 2 to May 12, 2021. This is a group of artworks reflecting on the impact of COVID-19.

Come say hi this Sunday!

I will have 3 paintings and felting available!

Pizzeria Barbarella

Rustic East Van Pizzeria located at 654 East Broadway exhibited an array of my paintings from June 2020 until April 2021. https://www.pizzeriabarbarella.com/@pizzeriabarbarella

Opus Art Supplies

A painting of my parents farmhouse was used in Opus Art Supplies June 2020 article, Home Sweet Home. To view the full article click https://opusartsupplies.com/home-sweet-home/

Abbotsford Art Council

Abbotsford Arts Council put out a call to all artists to participate in a ‘creative grab bag’ event where AAC provided each artist with the same materials to create a piece of work – using only those materials. The paper bag included – titanium white, orange, blue and green paint, a 11 x 14 canvas, a loufa, sparkles, a tomato plant prop, red coloured tape, elmers glue, and pipe cleaners. It was a creative experience to be confined to what you are given and see where the imagination can take you! This is what I created (above).

2020’s Pomo Arts Winter Treasures Artisan Market was a great socially distanced in-person event that made the festive season bright. I was honoured to be part of it. I had a variety of works exhibiting, a colourful triptych, A painting of Lisbon, Copenhagen and Edinburgh and a few felted pieces including a mobile. Check out what they’re doing at: https://pomoarts.ca

Let’s make something beautiful together.